The LG V10 was the most under-rated smartphones of last year. It was big, beastly as well as heavy and turned out to be faultlessly OK for those that loved its unique second screen. Today we will do a comparison between LGV20 vs LGV10 to let you know what LG device you should have.
LGV20 vs LGV10 camera.
They both share a same screen size and resolution. While the LGV20 has a slight edge over V10 in screen-to-body ratio. Both V series cell phones contain 16 MP cameras on back and 5 MP cameras up front.
LGV20 vs LGV10 headphones Quad DAC.
The LG V20 is smaller as well as lighter than V10. LG maintain a screen size whereas shrinking the body around it. The consequence makes the V20 a much more controllable device than the certainly bulky V10.
LGV20 vs LGV10 Second screen.
The second screen is a lot better, with larger, more readable text and notification icons as well as support for 24 character signatures as compared to the 14 available on the V10. The second screen on the V20 is brighter, tackling with the main criticisms with the first generation V10.
LGV20 vs LGV10 Design.
The V10 has the sleek metallic outlines it should please you. It has a solid metal battery cover. The LGV20 is smaller as well as lighter than the V10 but still offers the similar sized screen in a smaller form factor. And the V20 drop test demonstrated the new design is just as strong as the old.
Whereas the design might make the outer of the V20 look like it copies a little too heavily from the G5. The interior is V series DNA all the way. The new camera orientation creates more sense than the V10’s. The complained up audio spec makes the V20 a better content creation device. That assumed, don’t get excessively hung up on what the V20 looks like. It is a true successor to what the V10 stands for on the inside